Rev. Bill Haggard, Superintendent of the Grand Rapids District, reminds us there are more than two ways to go.
A trip on the interstate prompts reflections on the work of making disciples for the transformation of the world.
Christ’s holy touch reaches from Brussels to the U.S. with healing and hope for all peoples.
The Rev. Melanie Carey sets aside church policies, agendas, structures and rules to assert that people matter most.
“If you make my Word your home, you will indeed be my disciples. You will know the truth and the truth will set you free (John 8:13 New Jerusalem Bible.)”
There’s a Chinese Prayer in the United Methodist Hymnal. On page 564 you find these words for Unity of Christ’s Body….
Thank you to the many people who have responded to Bishop Deb’s appeal for the Flint Water Crisis.
Each article I write for this column is based in the guidance of particular Scripture passages.
REV. PAUL PEREZ Detroit Conference staff I am always encouraged by the way people and communities can respond to a crisis.
This passage from 2 Corinthians (aka “Two Corinthians”) has provided a reflective spiritual lens for me. “God was in Christ reconciling the world to God’s self.” (2 Cor. 5:19) This writing is being formed at the Portland International Airport as I prepare to return from the 2016 Pre-General Conference Briefing and three days with my colleagues on the